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Egypt, river view with sailing boat. Medium: Gelatin silver print.
- 1909-1910 (?)
- Length: 7.5 centimetres
- Width: 10.6 centimetres
Inscription Content"128" [stamp on back].
Circumstances: One of a series of photographs, including Af,A53 and Af,A54, possibly taken when the Seligmans travelled along the Nile on a 1909-10 ethnographic expedition. (Seligman 1932). However, the Seligmans were not the only photographers on their expeditions, and they also collected photographs taken by other people. B J Mack, 6/01/1997. As well as their Northeast African collections, the Seligmans also made a collection of photographs of the Veddas of Ceylon, held in the Asia section of the British Museum Department of Ethnography Pictorial Archive. Objects collected by the Seligmans in both areas are also held by the Department of Ethnography.
- Topographic representation of: Egypt
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Object reference number: EPF8500
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